Investigative journalism recently got a double dose of adrenalin with
the launching of two new digital initiatives from noted editors and
reporters. Appearing on Amy Goodman’s “Democracy” Now on Monday,
Jeremy Scahill and Glenn Greenwald spelled out their intentions of their
newly formed digital magazine The Intercept.
According to businesswoman and author Lynda Chervil, entrepreneurship is alive and well in the United States with hundreds of thousands of new businesses opening each year. Check out her tips for being your own CEO!
Tour for Diversity in Medicine (T4D) is a unique concept--it recruits
doctors, dentists and podiatrists to tour university campuses in order
to promote, educate and inspire minority students to enter the medical
field. It is the brainchild of Dr. Kameron Leigh Matthews, MD
JD, co-director and founder, and Dr. Alden M. Landry, MD MPH,
co-director and founder.
Women of color often have trouble finding beauty products that work right with their skin and complexion. So Jodie Patterson and Benjamin Bernet's new website should be a godsend for them. Beauty shopping online destination DooBop offers products for multicultural women.
American Ballet Theater soloist Misty Copeland has signed on to be one of the faces of Under Armour athletic company. Company CEO and founder Kevin Plank announced the news yesterday at a
press event held at Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal in NYC.